Daily Photo by PAUL ENGSTROM
Blowin' the wid
niversity President Harald Shapiro is distracted by a flapping flag at the new University Hospital ground-breaking
e remonies yesterday.
The Michigan Daily-Friday, October 16, 1981-Page 1
FILM-3:15 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16-ANGELL HALL, AUDITORIUM 'B'
EL SALVADOR: OTRO VIETNAM
The film EL SALVADOR, ANOTHER VIETNAM was premiered October 1 in New York. It is an up-
date of the T.V. documentary with 65% new material containing irterviews with refugee
leaders and Junta members together with documentation of the peoples' lives and military
4:15 FRIDAY- A DISCUSSION OF UNITED STATES POLICIES WITH GARY MacEO1N
WASHINGTON SEES THE ESCALATING REVOLUTIONARY VIOLENCE IN CENTRAL AMERICA AS A
SYMBOLIC WAR BETWEEN EAST AND WEST, TO BE FOUGHT TO THE LAST CENTRAL AMERICAN.
IGNORING THE VITAL NEEDS OF THE PEOPLE IT COUNTS ON MASSIVE INPUT OF SOPHISTICATED
WEAPONS PLUS THE TRAINING AND EXPANSION OF LOCAL MILITARY MACHINES TO RE-
ESTABLISH ORDER WITHOUT JUSTICE.
RESULTS ALREADY ACHIEVED INCLUDE THE KILLING, TORTURE, AND DISAPPEARANCE OF
MASSES OF INNOCENT PEOPLE, THE ISOLATION OF THE UNITED STATES FROM MANY OF ITS
ALLIES, AND A RAPIDLY GROWING PROBLEM OF UNDOCUMENTED CENTRAL AMERICAN REFU-
GEES IN THE UNITED STATES AND OTHER COUNTRIES.
LURKING IN THE BACKGROUND, AS EVENTS ESTABLISH THE INADEQUACY OF CURRENT UNITED
STATES POLICIES IS THE THREAT OF UNITED STATES MILITARY INTERVENTION, ENSURING AT
LEAST ANOTHER VIETNAM AND THE REAL POSSIBILITY OF THE UNIMAGINABLE WORLD WAR III.
Gary MacEoin has written extensively about Latin America and has led Oxfam Tours to Cuba,
Puerto Rico, Honduras and Nicaragua. His books include -Revolution Next Door: Latin Amer-
ica in the 1970's, No Peaceful Way:,the Chilean Struggle for Dignity, (ed) Chile Under
Military Rule, and Puebla: a Church Being Born, with articles as "La Iglesio Latinoamericana"
and "A Continent in Agony: Latin America on the Road to Fascism" (The Progressive, Mar. '79).
8:00 pm- EL SALVADOR FILM WILL BE SHOWN A SECOND TIME IN AUD 'B'
Taiwan ese dispute
continues on kiosks
(Continued from Page 0' July, brought up the fact that the first
e ian foe e C munists and fourth Amendments guarantee
thaeisad br the aitCominsts civil liberties to all persons present in
Taiwan the United States, not only citizens of
THESE STUDENTS oppose the KMT the country.
goe~rnment that has ruled the island The Iowa Republican said that acts of
under martial law since 1949. Some of harassment and intimidation by the
their signs accused the KMT of mur- KMT agents, along with their i-
delrg Chen. Their signs have, for the filtration of dissident groups, "clearly
mtpart, been pasted over by have a 'chilling effect' upon the exer-
le expressing exactly the op- cise of constitutionally protected
po~ie view - a view supportive. of the rights."
KMT, spLeach said that Taiwan is not the only
N ; violence has been reported bet- country where foreigners are spying on
weg "the two factions .although it is their own nationals. He mentioned
rumored threats have been exchanged. South Korea, Iran, and'Libya as other
Jon Heise, director of the University's nations with similar techniques.
International Center, downplayed the Heise, in a statement last July,
billboard exchange, claiming it is a named the same four countries as
typical way of communicating between having spy networks.
foreign students. The University traditionally has a
THE TAIWANESE issue is one of the large body of foreign students and in
agenda items at today's meeting of the 1980 had the sixth largest number of
iversity's Civil Liberties Board. The foreign students in the nation. Heise
aking committee's role is -to said yesterday that Iranians,
astm a students or staff who suffer Taiwanese, and South Koreans-groups
th as to their fundamental rights, reported to have spies among
su has freedom of speech or assembly. them-are three of the four highest
t4gressman Jim Leach (R-Iowa), populations of foreign students at the
im" first subconmittee hearing last University.
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